Black and White
Black and White1 min 324 1 min 324
The black skies did have some blazing whites, I saw,
Did someone too tore open its heart?
I heard cries that shredded its depths
And bellowed some subterfuge or maybe just a sigh.
I too wail under the leathery blacks,
Knowing no one hears my moans,
Not moans all black
That were so heavenly kissed,
Leaving hot white scars
As you tore and sew and tore
The milky ways for a planet of yours,
Still my blacks wished to be torn each night,
Naked was such an easy go,
I wanted to bare my insides,
And mingle all the colors
To see the luscious black in awe
Your whites afraid of the taints,
Didn't dare take the call.